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Kodak z612 camera now underexposes all flash photos, and overexposes all outdoor photos.

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Pls. reset. the cam: Take the batteries out for longer than 30 sec and insert them again. This will reset any previous settings that might be on the cam.

If this doesn't work I'm afraid it might be a repair.

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Check your settings. You probably have something set on manual control. Just set the camera's settings for automatic and you should be good to go.

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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